UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
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0. W. Hyman,
T. P. Nash
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We have something to say to you
this issue, and "lest we forget" we
will tell you that we meant to. If
we don't get it said, excuse us. We
intended to say something in the
last issue, but were kept from it by
an accident which happened to the
galley of type which contained it.
It wasn't worth repeating, so we'll
let that go. When the next time
comes, if there is a next time, w 'ell
see that it reaches you-unless there
is a cyclone.
Whispering of cyclones, we don't
like them, nor battle, murder, nor
sudden death. So we'll be good
if we don't get too lonesome while
behaving. But, fellow-sufferers,
the pestilence is still with us. we
are trying to accustom ourselves to
it, and can almost say that success
grins on us. This is what we had
to say, granting that we have said
it! We think we have, but then we
read between the lines. Can vou?
We hope so, bacause these lines
contain a story of primitive passions,
or we might say, childish passions
which not only wrecked the galley
which contained our news for you,
but also the fair fame of yours truly.
It has always been said that we
were apt to get rough when stirred
up. That is where our fair fame
got one in the solar-plexus. The
mud kicked-upby the last one who
forded our "crick" of life has set
tled. All is quiet, if not peaceful.
The calm quiet and piece of mind
that comes from poor understanding
be with us all, now and then some.
We have said.
The time has passed since our
promissory notes for the trainer's
salarv were due. Some of us have
been tapped. Others have not, but
the the committee . will see that
those who have not contributed will
get a chance. It is now left to you.
If the note is due, redeem it. If you
have not promised anything, give it
any way. We want the trainer and
we want him at once. We have the
best chance for a good track season
that we have ever had. We will
have two good me ets here and the
inter-state meet at Greensboro. Oh!
we guess there'll be something do
ing on the track this spring. When
candidates are called for again, trot
out. You are wanted! There is a
place for every man who can make
good. ' '
The baseball schedule for the
spring is a good one. At the same
time it is a hard one. The games
follow each other closely, and the
teams ate all strong ones after the
first few games. We have all we
can do. The team is going to do its
share, for we are going to have a
strong one this year. We must do
our little best, too, from the start.
If the thought of eighteen games
here will not help us to doit, some
thing is wrong. A good way to
start is to buy season tickets. The
management can use the money, the
sooner it gets it the better. Thirty
cents' a game is cheap enough, and
cheaper than they will be without
a season ticket. They are on sale
The Chemical Journal Club held
the fitst regular meeting of the year
at 7;30 o'clock Monday night. The
meeting was characterized bv a
number of extremely interesting pa
pers. Mr. Mercer Oates's subject
was "The Fixation of Nitrogen".
Next was Mr. T. P. Nash's paper
on "Prof. Bolt woods Discovery of
the New Element Ionium". This
is the first element positively known
to have been isolated as an element
by an American. Mr. K. Si Tanner
gave a review of "Sir. W. Ramsey's
Examination of the Atmosphere for
New Elements of Inert Gas Series",
after which Dr. Mills gave a most
interesting review. of the new engi
neering journal' gotten out by the
American Chemical Society.
The Philological Club : held an
interesting meeting in Room 16,
Alumni Building, at 7:30" o'clock
Tuesday night. ' ,
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